The Producers: On Paul McCartney's Flowers in the Dirt - Anniversary Edition
The Producers on Paul McCartney's Flowers in the Dirt interview booklet
To celebrate the album's 30th anniversary SuperDeluxeEdition are making available again another short production run of the special booklet featuring in-depth interviews with the producers of Paul McCartney's 1989 album 'Flowers in the Dirt'.
Acclaimed by McCartney fans as 'magnificent,' 'fascinating,' 'stupendous,' and 'invaluable,' this was first published back in 2017 to coincide with the reissue of the album.
This 'keepsake' saddle-stitched (or staple-bound) booklet edition is a professionally printed and designed 16-page A4 document. The card cover has been printed on 300gsm glossy stock with the inner pages on 170gsm uncoated stock. These have been designed to slot neatly into the Flowers In The Dirt super deluxe edition box set.
As well as the full 9000-word feature, this special printed edition contains 1200 words of exclusive bonus content, with more thoughts from Trevor Horn, Stephen Lipson and Chris Hughes, unavailable anywhere else!
Each booklet will come in a protective A4 cello-bag and these will be posted in a board-backed envelope to ensure they don't get bent in the post.
Praise for this interview feature article by SDE readers:
“The interview is really fantastic… It is very informative and will go down as one of the greatest insights into Paul's working methods in his solo career.”
“One of the best McCartney articles I've ever read. And I've read LOTS!”
“So many good insights into Paul and his creative process in this, I'm going to have to reread it a few times”
“It is a most worthy companion piece to the musical treat that we soon will get. Your time and effort, and your passion, are greatly appreciated by us all.”
“Really amazing interviews”
“So great to read something this in-depth about one of Paul's albums”
“Wow. This was magnificent. Really. Fascinating. Well balanced. Really interesting deep dive on both the personal and professional level. I was sad when it ended.”